Previous Family Support Events
Dysgraphia Is More Than Messy Handwriting
Addresses various aspects of dysgraphia, including definition, related terminology, how it relates to dyslexia, and considerations for instruction.
College Panel 2021
Features students sharing information about their colleges and the programs available for those who have diagnosed learning differences, and their strategies for success.
Tips for Virtual Learning Success
Distance learning can be difficult for students with learning differences. This seminar shares tips for developing strong executive functioning skills for successful outcomes.
College Share: Synergy of Technology & Dyslexia
Amir Bar shares his experience using technology to learn more effectively in college and to define his career. He also includes technology resources that students with dyslexia can leverage to achieve their academic potential.
Pandemonium and a Pandemic
Dr. Michelle Beard, Houston psychologist, discusses a framework for understanding anxiety, ways to create stability for yourself and your children, tools to manage anxiety and worry, and how to know when it is time to seek help.
College Share 2022
Navigating the transition to college for a child with a learning disability can bring up many questions. Angie Maxey, Director of Access & Disability Services at the University of St. Thomas, discusses what to expect with a transition to college and how it could be helpful to connect with a disability office.
College Panel 2023
High school students have the opportunity to hear directly from current college students about how to successfully navigate college with learning differences.